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Old 06-05-2014, 01:45 AM   #1
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Default Let's see some blacked out accessories...

I have a 2014 STX that I want to black out entirely. I've already picked it up and jammed some 35s under it on black 20x10 XD Series rims, but I want to see how some other things look on the truck before I buy them... ie; bull bars, fog lights, step rails, hoods, tonneau covers, headlights, tail lights, etc... let me see what you got!
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Default Black tonneau covers

Here are a few of our pitch-black tonneau covers for your consideration.

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Second, here is the ACCESS® LORADO® Roll-up Cover. It sits 1" above the bed.

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skip all the bolt on junk that is not actually functional, like the bull bar, that is kinda useless as it won't protect your truck from a kitten. get functional stuff you need. what i'm getting to is do a sick flat black wrap on that thing, you got your wheels, just do lights and if you need steps find some ford take offs that are flat black. just my opinion!
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Did you get a 4 or 6 inch lift kit? Any rubbing?

I have a 2014 stx and going for all black look too.

I will start working sometime end of this year - still researching.



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I have a 2014 STX that I want to black out entirely. I've already picked it up and jammed some 35s under it on black 20x10 XD Series rims, but I want to see how some other things look on the truck before I buy them... ie; bull bars, fog lights, step rails, hoods, tonneau covers, headlights, tail lights, etc... let me see what you got!
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Emblems, Tail lights, and windows. I need to get the Ford ovals blacked out.
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Let's see some blacked out accessories...-forumrunner_20140711_121146.jpg
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Did you get a 4 or 6 inch lift kit? Any rubbing?

I have a 2014 stx and going for all black look too.

I will start working sometime end of this year - still researching.
I just did a 2.5 inch leveling kit with 1 inch in the back. Only had to do some very mild trimming of the plastic up front, but I have no rubbing at all.
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Those are the headlight covers correct?
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Yup
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How do you like them? Leave them on at night?
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